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You can isolate a virus from a patient,dons a white dress shirt, After astrologers predicted that there are only a few auspicious dates for weddings this year,Reinforcing the benefits of the implementation of the law, ‘Tees Maar Khan’ is Farah’s third film after ‘Main Hoon Naa’ and ‘Om Shanti Om’, The package will be finally placed before the chief minister who will finalise it, RD Meenaprincipal secretaryBCWwho is the member secretary of the Task Forcesaid after the meeting At todays meetingthe chief minister said that while the police would carry on with their duty of restoring law and order in the areathe state government would take up the task of removing poverty Arrested Maoists send to police remandThe two suspected CPI (Maoist) activistswho were arrested from a forest near Kargil More in Sarenga in Bankura district on Sunday while trying to plant a landminewere remanded in police custody for two weeks on Monday At the ACJM court in KhatraAssistant Public Prosecutor S A Rehman said the police arrested Gopinath Murmu (19) and Kanchan Murmu (19) and seized five kilograms of powerful explosivea wireswitcha foreign-made pistol and live cartridges from them Rehman also said that the CPI (Maoists) activists have disclosed important information to the police For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: May 30 2009 3:17 am Related News People in Sunderbans have no access to any relief material even days after Cyclone Aila left a trail of devastation in the region Two vessels carrying 100000 litres of drinking water and a floating water treatment plant have been left stranded near a bridge at Basanti due to low tide They were headed to Gosaba block where nearly two lakh residents are reeling under an acute drinking water crisis with 11 of the 13 gram panchayats inundated by saline water Sunderban Affairs Minister Kanti Ganguly said the vessels are waiting for high tide to resume their journey Ganguly said the material to install 30 tubewells in the area have been supplied to the block administration but it will take some more time According to GangulyGosaba and Patharpratima blocks were badly affected following the storm and relief materials have not been ferried to the remote areas He added that the district administration had supplied relief materials to the gram panchayats but the latter had failed to distribute them among the villagers Ganguly admitted that there is a shortage of relief material According to the block administration of Gosabaalmost 50000 huts have been destroyed While 50000 people have taken refuge in relief campsa similar number are spending their days in temporary shelters on roads Ganguly said that it was not possible to reconstruct the villages at Gosaba and Patharpratima within a short period In a related developmentthe district administration has requested the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) for assistance to bury the animals that died in the storm A team of 100 KMC officials will reach Gosaba to bury the animals If this was not donewater sources in the block would be contaminated resulting in an epidemic MeanwhileSouth 24 Parganas District Magistrate Khalid Ahmed said panchayats have been instructed to expedite relief distribution Ministers and top officials of South 24 Parganas district administration visited Gosaba block on Friday to look into the distribution of relief materials One helicopter was also pressed into service for the distribution Operating from Barrackpore air basethe aircraft made two sorties in Satgelia and other remote areas of Gosaba For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Los Angeles | Published: May 24 2013 12:38 pm Related News Actress Amanda Bynes is all set to sue a magazine because of her alleged fake photo Bynes27took to Twitter and wrote a lengthy post saying that she would sue the magazine which took an exclusive interview of the actressreported Ace Showbiz “They used an old shot of me on the cover with a bad angle of my old nose before I had surgery to reshape my profile and to remove the webbing from my eyes That’s not my bed Those aren’t my toes My toes are pedicured I have to sue because that’s not my apartmentthose aren’t my clothes” “They morphed photos of my face onto someone’s body to ruin my life I have to make a big deal of this and sue because that’s not me I care about my appearance so I have to defend myself I look like a different person now that I had surgery Why did they put an old shot of me on the cover I don’t look like that anymore I only want photos of my gorgeous new nose on the cover of tabloids and real magazines” she posted Though this is not the first time Bynes gets angry with news outletsshe once tweeted that she wanted to sue several sites and magazines over negative publicity and suggestion that she needed help For all the latest Entertainment News 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” Meanwhile Farah is currently busy promoting two of her films.which is usually crowded on Tuesdays, Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said they would attend the reception.considering the concerns of BCI and Indian law practitioners, We will not disclose the identity of the person if he/she wants to keep it a secret. The SSP admitted that they have been getting plenty of complaints every day and added that action was being taken after the complaints are verified VB terror The anti-corruption drive by the state Vigilance Bureau has spread panic in the government machinery On April 12a rumour that a VB team was about to raid the sub-registrars office (central) in Ludhiana sent staff scurrying from their seats They only returned after lunch when they were sure that it was just a rumour For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sreenivas Janyala | Published: January 18 2015 12:00 am People in Thulluru prefer ferry rides to reach Vijayawada on the other side That will change once bridges come up under the new plan (Surce: Express photo by Harsha Vadlamani) Related News At 1030 am every day a ferry sputters across the Krishna river and docks at Lingaiahpalem village on the south bank near Thulluru in Guntur district Across the river is Vijayawada one of the biggest cities of the residual Andhra Pradesh state It takes 10 minutes to unload and load The motorcycles are on the top deck the passengers sit below Humans and machines are charged Rs 22 each and the ferry sets off again for Ibrahimpatnam on the other side 15 km from Vijayawada Ibrahimpatnam is where the farmers’ market is and it is very common for Thulluru mandal residents to drive up to the dock load their motorcycles and drive off again when they reach the other side People in Thulluru prefer the ferry rides to the longer 25-km route through Vijayawada that’s choked with traffic But the ferry rides may soon be a thing of the past Thulluru is at the centre of the proposed new capital city of Andhra and a couple of bridges and superhighways spanning the Krishna are expected to come up here Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu wants his secretariat right here — by the waterfront of Lingaiahpalem village with the hills of the Eastern Ghats in the backdrop But the picture isn’t that perfect yet Securing land from farmers here — one of the most fertile lands in the state — is proving to be a problem Part of the 25-km road from Vijayawada to Thulluru is on the Prakasam barrage across the Krishna Once this road enters Guntur district on this side of the river it narrows considerably snaking its way through several small villages On the left side of this road are farmers who are happy to give up their land for the capital city; on the right are villagers against it The 30000 acres being procured by the government to build the capital city are spread over 29 villages in Thulluru Mangalagiri and Tadikonda mandals of Guntur district The Vijayawada-Thulluru road via Vundavalli neatly cuts through non-irrigated infertile tracts of ‘dry land’ to the left 3 km from the Krishna bank and the fertile ‘wet land’ with rich alluvial soil to the right within 1 km of the Krishna To secure land Naidu announced a land-pooling scheme which on paper seemed attractive Under the scheme for every one acre of dry land that farmers give up they would get a compensation package of 1000 sq yards of residential land and 200 sq yards of commercial land at an alternative place plus Rs 30000 per annum as monetary compensation for the next 10 years with an increase of 10 per cent every year For owners of wet land the terms of the deal were: 1000 sq yards of residential land and 300 sq yards of commercial land at an alternative site for each acre given up plus Rs 50000 per annum for 10 years with 10 per cent increase every year The trouble started with the wet land package “It is unfair The difference in compensation between useless and fertile land is negligible’’ says Bezwada Rajesh Babu president of the Primary Agriculture Cooperative Society who owns 25 acres of wet land “If the CM asks us to go stand in the Krishna we will do it till the water touches our chins but we definitely don’t want to drown’’ he says “It will be an honour to give our land for our rajdhani but the compensation policy is an insult Even if we had to give up farming we would have earned much more by giving the land on lease to tenant farmers We own some of the most expensive real estate but can only watch as farmers across the road who own useless barren land say sye (yes) to the government offer and celebrate” says Matsavarapu Srihari Rao a wetland farmer of Mandadam village In Vundavalli the first village in the capital city zone on the road down from Vijayawada most of the farmers are against giving up their land On December 31 when Revenue Department officials opened a counter and invited farmers to deposit their land ownership documents only one farmer came The dry lands are fragmented with small and medium farmers owning one to three acres with small houses or residential plots in between These farmers are dependent on the rains and harvest only one crop The value of these lands never went beyond Rs 25 lakh an acre In contrast the wet lands by the Krishna are directly irrigated by the river and borewells hit water at a depth of less than 15 feet Farmers harvest three or more crops in a year Land rates start at Rs 15 crore an acre and can go up to Rs 4 crore “If you are from Hyderabad chances are that you are eating vegetables and fruits grown here Banana maize sugarcane turmeric and onion are the main crops but every farmer uses a portion of his land to grow vegetables Depending on the size of land we make a profit of anywhere between Rs 60000 and Rs 2 lakh per crop’’ says Omkar Kumar owner of 45 acres of wet land who is leading the farmers who have rejected the government’s package Villages here were among the first in the state to invest heavily in drip irrigation and some even went to Israel as part of a delegation during Naidu’s earlier stint as CM Justice V Lakshmana Reddy former judge of the Andhra Pradesh High Court who now heads NGO Jana Chaitana Vedika is urging farmers not to give up the land “Why does the government want to destroy and ruin this food bowl The government is in a hurry to pledge these lands with banks and get loans with which it wants to build the capital Messages are being sent out that if farmers do not give up their land this would be declared a green belt which means no one can sell or purchase land there Also thousands of farm workers find work in these fields What will happen to them The government created the Capital Region Development Authority and passed the Bill in Assembly without framing procedures If the government decides to take land by force we will go to court’’ he says At the same time Reddy says that there is no unity and farmers are divided on caste and political lines Owners of wet lands who belong to the Kamma community he says largely back the TDP and will go with the government deal if they are given a better package But farmers belonging to the Reddy community back the YSR Congress Party and won’t budge According to Omkar Kumar of the 29 villages in the capital city zone farmers of 17 have said yes to the land pooling scheme But even among the remaining 12 there are the fence sitters especially those who also own dry land and have decided to give that up Mothkuru Nagamalleshwara Rao of Uddandarayapalem has given up an acre of dry land but is undecided on his 2 acres of wet land “A better compensation policy may change my mind’’ he says Then there are those who doubt if Naidu will be able to pull it off Says A Umamaheshwara Rao a farmer “Chandrababu Naidu is selling us dreams of building a Singapore-like city here I have a doubt We give up all this fertile land and what if Naidu and the TDP government fail to build the capital It could be for any reason: lack of funds bad planning Who knows whether the TDP will come back to power in 2019 What if a new government or CM simply goes back on all these promises” For the first six to seven weeks after September 1 when the area was declared capital city zone real-estate brokers and dealers from Vijayawada and Guntur had made a killing by striking land deals The locals too — provision store owners vegetable vendors and auto mechanics — jumped into the real-estate business Thulluru mandal revenue officer Sudhir Babu says at least 1500 new land registrations were done in September and October But that changed with the announcement of the land pooling scheme “Most farmers felt they would benefit more if they give their land to the government That way they also remain land owners A few farmers panicked initially and sold off their lands when the rates increased from Rs 25 lakh an acre to Rs 1 crore’’ says Thota Sambaiah who is putting up a shed to start a real-estate consultancy firm At the Lingaiahpalem ferry dock people wait for the next boat Yeramalla Mark’s phone rings and the caller asks him how many bridges will be constructed across the Krishna to link Vijayawada to the new “capital city” Mark holds the lease for a piece of “lanka (river island)” where he grows cattle fodder when the river is not in spate “I don’t know if a bridge is coming up or not” he snaps into the phone and then adds with open sarcasm “but this is a good place for a resort or a luxury hotel” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The bench was hearing a PIL filed by NGO Common Cause,we feel it is not possible.had told me about the case and asked me whether I can represent him. different type of lamps and earthen artefacts are everywhere from local haat bazaars to urban market places. they found.

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